Elevated Deck Systems Launches New Bison Deck Products
05/18/2012

Newly introduced Bison Deck Systems can fit the needs of any home construction project

Online PR News – 18-May-2012 – New York, NY – Elevated Deck Systems has recently introduced new bison deck adjustable deck supports. These new and improved deck supports have a multitude of applications ranging from roofs to concrete patios. With a maximum reach of 12 inches, these deck supports keep decks safely off the ground, preventing water seepage and other ground-related problems from damaging customers' decks.

The concept of a deck goes back hundreds of years when people still traveled the world by boat. Boats like schooners and galleons had strong wooden decks where the men board could complete their everyday chores and duties. Today, the deck still holds true to its ancient counterpart. Nearly all decks are made of wood and while the designs for home decks have changed over the years, the deck still resembles its ancient seafaring counterpart.

We designed our product to be able to assist roofers carpenters and any other construction professional that may have some sort of elevation needs. We know our product will be able to meet any demands that construction professionals or do-it-yourselfers may have.

The most popular form of deck in the United States is the elevated deck. This style of deck usually consists of a platform like structure, typically made of lumber and is usually unroofed. An elevated deck is normally attached to a house or other building but it also requires the structural support of beams and posts to raise the deck off the ground to the desired height. However, the elevation systems are not just used to hoist up backyard decks.

"Applications for the Bison Deck systems are almost limitless. When we designed the Bison Deck system we wanted the product to have a multitude of applications," says Johnny Knight, a representative of Elevated Deck Systems. "We designed our product to be able to assist roofers, carpenters, and any other construction professional that may have some sort of elevation needs. We know our product will be able to meet any demands that construction professionals or do-it-yourselfers may have." With an average weight capacity of 750 pounds the Bison Deck system is commonly used to help with placing roofs on various domestic structures as well as lifting houses off their foundations to allow construction workers to work under a home.

For more information on elevated Deck System’s prodcuts, visit the company’s website at http://elevateddecksystems.com.

About Elevated Deck Systems
Elevated Deck Systems is a home construction company that specializes in elevation systems most commonly used for deck elevation. They provide quality tools to both homeowners and construction professionals alike.

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